It is the policy of the Township of Washington Police Department to accept and investigate all complaints of agency and employee’s alleged misconduct or wrongdoing from any and all persons who wish to file a complaint, regardless of the hour or day of the week. This includes reports from anonymous sources, juveniles, undocumented immigrants and persons under arrest or in custody. Employees of all ranks and assignments are held to the highest standards of official conduct and are demanded to respect the rights of all citizens and co- workers. Employees’ adherence to these standards, motivated by an ethical and professional obligation to perform their job to the best of their ability, is the ultimate objective of the Township of Washington Police. The Township of Washington Police Department’s written directive has been developed in accordance with the revised New Jersey Attorney General Directive on Internal Affairs November 2022 IAPP.
Complaints against employees of the Township of Washington Police Department may be made by phone (201-664-1140), e-mail ([email protected]), mail/letter or in person at the Township of Washington Police Headquarters located at 350 Hudson Avenue, Township of Washington New Jersey 07676. Complaints can also be made online by clicking here.
If you have any questions regarding the Internal Affairs Division, you may contact Captain John Calamari or Sgt. Saverio Fasciano by clicking here.
You can also contact them by phone at 201-664-1140.
All Township of Washington Police Officers are equipped with the Body Warn Camera (BWC) below that records audio and video.
The Township of Washington Police Drug test policy can be viewed by clicking here
The Township of Washington Police Workforce Diversity Police can be found here.
The Township of Washington Police early warning system is found here.
The Township of Washington Police Department are required by the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General to compile and report an Executive Summary of police misconduct. In addition, the report must provide statistics for the disposition of these complaints. You can review the annual reports by clicking here.
Please click here to view the Internal Affairs Policies and Procedures from the Attorney Generals Office.
For information on the New Jersey Suspicious Activity Reporting, please click here.
For information on the Nationwide Suspicous Activity Reporting, please click here
To obtain a Firearm Removal (ERPO), please click here.
The Township of Washington Police Department would like to advise all residents that all non criminal fingerprint requests (i.e. job/civil applications – employment) will no longer be conducted by the Township of Washington Detective Bureau. All requests must be referred to the New Jersey State Police website by clicking here. There, you will find a list of locations for fingerprinting. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Township of Washington Police Detective Bureau at 201-664-1140 or e-mail Lt. John Calamari by clicking here.
I have a child who is required to sit in a car seat. Will you help make sure the car seat(s) is/are installed properly?
Yes, the Township Police Department currently has two police officers who are trained in the proper use and installation of child passenger safety seats as a courtesy to the Township of Washington residents. Call the police desk at 201-664-1140 and ask to make an appointment with one of these officers, or email us at [email protected]. For additional information on child seat safety and the current laws that apply to children of all ages, visit the Township Police Departments Child Safety seat website by clicking here.
Yes. The Township of Washington Police Department sends regular messages to subscribers via Twitter, a social networking website. Subscribers can “follow” the Police Department on Twitter and opt to have messages sent directly to their mobile phone via text message. Please visit twitter.com/washtwppolice for more information.
The fastest way to have this resolved is by contacting PSEG directly HERE. If you prefer, you can notify us at [email protected], and we will notify PSE&G.
Parking on any street, within the Township, is prohibited by local ordinance § 223-17Overnight parking. between the hours of 2am-5am. Please visit the following link to enter your information to request overnight parking-https://www.frontlinepss.com/townshipofwashington
NO PERMISSION will be given during snow storms, if there is a forecast for snow, or when the streets are still covered in snow following a storm.
Power outages, Telephone service disruptions, residential water supply problems, or any other utility questions should be directed to the specific utility. PSE&G can be reached at 800-436-7734, Suez Water at 800-422-5987 or 201-487-0011 (After hours), Verizon at 800-VERIZON, Cablevision – 201-262-8600. All WIRE DOWN incidents should be reported immediately to the Police.
Any change in the normal opening of school will be signaled by sounding the towns’ siren systems at 6:30, 7:00, and 7:30 A.M. Specific information about the changes for the day can be obtained in any of the following ways:
- By logging onto the District Website at www.wwrsd.org.
- By calling the District Switchboard – 201-664-0880.
- By contact through School Messenger phone call.
- By receiving a district e-mail (you must be a subscriber to district E-Newsletter).
- By logging onto the NJ 101.5 website.
The Township of Washington Police, in partnership with the governing body, is committed to identify and solve problems that threaten the quality of life within the Township. To this end, the Department is also committed to the efficient suppression of criminal and drug related activity, and to provide a secure environment for our residents. Community oriented policing is a cornerstone of this approach. Our drug test policy can be viewed by clicking here Workforce Diversity Police can be found here. Our early warning system is found here. Additional IA Information can be found here.
All animal calls within the Township are handled by TYCO Animal Control. They can be reached at 201-507-8330. TYCO will assist residents with pest and rodent problems within the home for a fee. The Washington Twp. Police Department will also assist in locating the animal if we are notified.
Temporary Handicapped Permits are available at police headquarters. The applicant’s physician must complete a portion of the application. Permits are valid for 6 months and may be renewed for one additional 6 month period. There is a fee of $4.00, payable by check made out to “N.J. Motor Vehicle Commission.”
Permanent Handicapped Parking placards and plates are issued by the N.J. Motor Vehicle Commission and those applications are available on the MVC website or at any MVC office.
The Township of Washington Police Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and records may be picked up at any time. Requests for police records under the Open Public Records Act (OPRA) must go through the Township of Washington Clerk’s Office. Please see the Township of Washington’s website for additional information.
Yes. All burglar alarms within the township must be registered with the Police Department. Alarm Registration.
How do I provide the Police Department with emergency contact and special needs information for my household?
Print and complete this form and return it to police headquarters. All of the information provided is considered sensitive and is used only as a tool to provide the best possible emergency services to the residents of the township. If you do not have access to a printer, copies of the form are available at police headquarters.
The Police Department dispatches all of the Township’s emergency services; including Police, fire, and ambulance. For Emergency situations simply dial 9-1-1. The non-emergency phone number for the police desk is 201-664-1140.
Follow this link, directions, and enter your starting point. The online map will give you step by step directions to Washington Twp Police Headquarters.
Our address is 350 Hudson Avenue, Twp of Washington New Jersey 07676.
All Officers are equipped with the Body Warn Camera (BWC) below that records audio and video.